Surge in new motorcyclists seeking rider training

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Good news for motorcycling! Amongst all the doom and gloom of the plague there is actually some really good news for motorcycling. June motorcycles sales broke recent records for a number of brands, thanks for the early superannuation withdrawal Scomo! On top of that good news, motorcycle training provider Stay Upright is reporting a more […]
Good news for motorcycling!

Amongst all the doom and gloom of the plague there is actually some really good news for motorcycling. June motorcycles sales broke recent records for a number of brands, thanks for the early superannuation withdrawal Scomo!

On top of that good news, motorcycle training provider Stay Upright is reporting a more than 20 per cent increase in customers compared to the same period last year. Their rider training figures are most up in NSW, with most of that increase coming since May 1, when in-person motorcycle rider training resumed following closures across the state due to COVID-19.

Annaliesse Cawood, General Manager of Stay Upright, believes the spike has potentially been fuelled by the pandemic as people look to reduce expenses by downsizing to two-wheeler vehicles, given they are cheaper to purchase and operate than cars. They also offer more flexibility in terms of mobility and there are no…
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